Business: Railroad Excursions

Two recent events have considerable significance for the railroad business. One is the annual recurrence of vacations; the other, an aggressive willingness to accommodate the public on the part of the railroad managements. Special excursions are being constantly devised as a result, with considerable profits to the companies.

Not the least interesting of these are the popular excursions to Montreal established by the N. Y. Central and the New Haven. The fare has been set at the extraordinarily low figure of $10, up and back, with the result that 2,003 persons patronized the experiment....

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